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USS Reid (FFG 30) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Reid (FFG 30). Please keep in mind that this list does only include records of people who submitted their information for publication on this website. If you also served aboard and you remember one of the people below you can click on the name to send an email to the respective sailor. Would you like to have such a crew list on your website?

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There are 255 crew members registered for the USS Reid (FFG 30).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1982 | 1983 – 1985 | 1986 – 1988 | 1989 – 1991 | 1992 – 1994 | 1995 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Havens, TroyBM1983 – 19861st
Handford, FletcherEWSN1983 – 1985Left the ship during her first WestPac in '85 from the Persian Gulf. Glad to have served. Would like to hear from anyone that was aboard the same time. Working with USPS in Chicago.
Walter, WaltGSM31983 – Dec 1985E1Retired veterinarian.Ordained Minister.N.W.Ga. I think fondly of our time on the Rugged Reid. "Run she may ,shine she must!"kiss my ass cwo Aboy!
Hogan, Phillip KSTGC(SW)Jan 1983 – Mar 26, 1986CS-2Plankowner truned CRF. Ret. in April '93. Retired social studies teacher. Pres. of Public Water Supply District & Chief Umpire in Arnold, MO (St. Louis). Eldest son is Navy LT (helo plot) in Afghanistan. Remember the French Fries!
Parker, DonaldFC2Jan 7, 1983 – Nov 7, 1987CSGo Reidsky Go Orange Forces!
Loock, ArtTODD WARRANTY ENGINEERFeb 1983 – Aug 1983I rode this ship during the Warranty period and found it have the best crew in the Navy. The C O, Tom, was a great guy.
Galimba, Romulo profile iconENCSFeb 19, 1983 – Apr 17, 1986ENGINEERINGi Logged in since my grandson doesnt believe that Reid was in the strait of hormuz on or about July 1985 to September 1985. Where can I get the details of the ships movement over the persian gulf covering said dates.
Fulton, DougMA1-MAC(SW)Apr 1, 1983 – Mar 1, 1986X Div
Avery, AlonzoEN5 EN1May 10, 1983 – Oct 7, 1986Aux EA04Great to to serve on the USS REID. Just want everyone that knew me I have to say that it was great to serve. I've retired after 25 Years. I'm looking for old ship mate Ricky Brown EN1 and EN1 Lehmkuhler. If any has there contact numbers forwar
Benoit, Garystg2May 22, 1983 – Apr 12, 1986combat systems/Plankowner/ShellbackWonder days "showing the flag" on Wespac cruise. Also had one heck of a softball/flag football team. Plankowner/Trusted Shellback
Leonard, RobertFTM 3 (IT VARIED OFTEN)Jul 3, 1983 – Jan 4, 1987CS...just wondering if everyone still remembers what a jerk I was. I am changed somewhat now. I saved 2 brain cells in the hope they would some how reproduce.
Randle, JohnOS3Jul 10, 1983 – 1984CS1Yes you are right Petty Officer McGraw...."Karp" is a smelly fish that is only good to be used to catch other edible fish:)
Dougherty, Steve profile iconYNCS(SW)Aug 1983 – Nov 1986Made YNC while in the Gulf aboard Reid. Still miss the ship after all these years. Would love to hear from anyone who served.
Griner, DavidE-5Aug 1983 – Sep 1984hey buds...i had the best time on the reid..........would like to talk to greg woodson..em4.....now a kitchen designer for home depot
Dougherty, SteveYNCS(SW)Sep 1983 – Oct 1986Admin
Dougherty, SteveYNCS(SW)Oct 1, 1983 – Oct 1, 1986S-3Amazing how after all these years I still think of the great times we had and wonderful shipmates I served with. Contact me directly at e8sw@frontier.com.
Parker, DonnieFC2Nov 15, 1983 – Oct 10, 1987Deck, CS03A lot of good memories. Long Beach, San Diego, Panama 83or 84 RimPac 84 Westpac 85 & 87, World's Fair in Vancouver 86. Pic at the Terror Club, Singapore 1985. Copy and paste http://img520.imageshack.us/my.php?image=fccrewqq9.jpg
Stumpf, TedSTG2(SW)1984 – 1987CS2Mathew 7:1
Blaszak, JamesTM11984 – 1986CS2
Partin, Stanley WardSA1984 –would like to hear from someone
Forbes, TimothyBM21984 – Aug 19881st
Aparis, Ed profile iconDS1Jan 1984 – Jul 16, 1987CS-4Great memory aboard USS Reid. Live at Eastlake Greens, Chula Vista, CA. Old shipmates aboard USS Reid, please contact me.
O'Neill, Brian O'NeillEM3Feb 2, 1984 – Feb 2, 1988E-3
Encarnacion, JoelSN/FN/EM1Feb 14, 1984 – Jun 23, 1990Deck/ElectricalI probably had the longest tenure onboard the Reid. Over 6 years! Loved every moment of those years. She was my home away from home. Lots of great memories and served with so many friends whom I still see now and then!
Melvin, JonathanHT2Feb 15, 1984 – Feb 15, 1986DCSeems like a lifetime ago. Hello to all my plankowner shipmates.
Irvin, NyckGSE2May 1984 – Oct 13, 1988EngineeringSee a lot of names from the past, takes me back to a lot of good times.
Aguilar, MiguelBM2Jun 1984 – Feb 19881st
Dolley, MikeOS2Jun 1984 – Sep 198501The Reid was my second ship. I transfered from the Texas in 1984 and was with the Reid for Reftra, the central American ops and the deployment to the Persian Gulf.
Helle, Andy profile iconQM3Jun 1984 – Feb 19881stgreat time
Garcia, David02Jun 7, 1984 – Aug 5, 1986SupplyTalk to me.
Bartlett, CliffCMDRJun 23, 1984 – Sep 15, 1987Ops2 Persian Gulf deployments and a NorPac.
Brose, ChrisGSE-1Jul 1984 – Dec 1989E1Made good friends, had good experiences, but 4 1/2 years on the same ship was just too darn long! Followed up my Navy time with 4 years in college, a year in Russia, and ten years in the Marine Corps. Now retired.
Witt, Charles "Jack"YN3Jul 1, 1984 – Nov 15, 1987S-3The greatest ship and crew in the history of the Navy! Never thought this would ever happen, but I find myself thinking about you guys and all the crazy times we had together m ore and more all the time!
Grimmett, JeffET2Aug 1984 – Oct 1988CS07
Brannan, ThomasLTSep 1984 – May 1988Engineering, DCAIt Was a good time, especially under Capt Howell
Gresens, Roger"Chief" "airdale"GSMC (AW/SW)Sep 15, 1984 – May 6, 1987EngineeringWas proud to serve onboard Reid. What a great crew. Clearly remeber the first and Second Engineering "E" was there for both additions. Retired in 1991 from Great Lakes and am a warehouse manager for FMP up in the great northwest. Drop a line
Ulinski, SteveET2(SW)Sep 19, 1984 – Jun 6, 1989CS07I was there for the first Gulf tour, the 2nd Gulf Tour with the Stark and Alaska.
Mark, ScottE3 FCSNNov 1984 – May 19881st / CSThe time on the Reid was the best I had ever had in the Navy, The crew of this ship was the best I had ever served with in the 20 years I was in the navy, even when a few of us went on the Stark as R/A team. I retired in 2004 as FC1 and I will never forg
Petrach, CharlesOS1(SW)1985 – 1988OI
Coome, BarryLCDR1985 – 1987
Cox, Kevinqmsn1985 – 1989ships control
Cox, KevinQM21985 – 1989SC01
Borne, JackEN2(SW)Jan 1, 1985 – May 12, 1988ENGINEERINGgreat memories!
Monroe, MarkFC1{SW}Feb 15, 1985 – Apr 15, 1989WeapsCS04Have alot of good memories, the poeple were the best. The job was fun. Miss it more than I'd like to admit. (Looking for Senior Chief (OS) Connally out of Texas.)
Hoffman, MikeEN2Mar 1985 – May 1987Engineering Hope all I served with are doing well, I'm now an ENC and have been recalled to active duty. I am currently serving with Amphibious Construction Battalion Two out of Little Creek, VA. If you can't find me at VA you'll find me sandy.
Houllis, JimE 2Mar 13, 1985 – Jun 6, 1986SwabieDid not have many friends , thank god thats over with , the few friends I did have does anyone remmember me , say hi please
Neifert, Roger / JrFC1 (SW) E6Apr 15, 1985 – Jun 20, 1990CS04Retired and living in Cheyenne, The reid Was the best ship and crew I ever served with. Remember all the good times and the bad ones for these will make us stronger. I will always love that boat Tin Can Sailors Rule.
Morris, ClayIC 2Apr 18, 1985 – May 9, 1988CS07I can not believe she is gone!!! I was there for the 1st and 2nd cruise. The Worlds Fair in Vancover. Fleet week in Seatle was to much fun. The Alaska Trip was a Blast. I now live in Denver. Send me a note if you have time.
Carroll, JosephRM2Jul 1985 – Dec 1988SC-2Once in a lifetime experience. They were not kidding when they said "join the navy and see the world". They must have been talking about FFG-30. Sorry to see that they sold it to Turkey.
Latour, BrianSH3Jul 14, 1985 –s3
Tellier, LarryGMG2 (SW)Aug 29, 1985 – Aug 27, 1987Combat SytemsWorking for the Govt. as a Remote Sensing Sytems Technician and coaching High School football. Miss the many good times on board the Reid, but not the bad times. Will never forget May 17th, 1987.
Elkins, AlLTAug 31, 1985 – May 1, 1987CSRemains the only experience in my life that I can say approaches the sense of serving with a true "Band of Brothers." Oh, and the liberty wasn't too bad, either! Seven ships and, oh, a million other duty stations: REID remains numero u
Wheaton, LarryOS1(SW) / ENSSep 1, 1985 – Dec 1, 1987OIThe most professional sailors I had the honor to ship with in 23 years at sea.

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